Robbers Send Attack Intention Letter To Landlords In Ilupewo Ota, Residents Abandon Home

robbers send letter ota ogun state

November 11, 2016 – Residents Abandon Home As Robbers Send Robbery Attack Intention Letter To Ilupewo In Ado Odo Ota Ogun State

Some residents of Anglican Road in Ilupewo, a border community located in Ado Odo Ota LGA of Ogun State have abandoned their houses following an intention of attack letter allegedly sent by some dare devils.

The letters were pasted on doors with 2 incorrect phone numbers early Tuesday morning.

The bizarre letter written in Yoruba language has forced most of the residents of the area to flee for cover while those who remained there have been forced to stop using their generators.

The letter reads:

A landlord in the area, Mr Femi Martins said about 60 houses had the letters.

Policemen from Sango Division have been stationed in the area.

4 thoughts on “Robbers Send Attack Intention Letter To Landlords In Ilupewo Ota, Residents Abandon Home

  1. Is better for the community to organize watch hood security theirself or hire vigilante as self defence hence forth, this people will not come at the promising time anymore, they know police had aware and may be at alert for them, so they will surely change stratedgy till police and community relent.
    May god safe you people, i pray amen.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *